Teenagers in England are having to make choices about university on the basis of too little information, a report by the Public Accounts Committee warns.
The PAC report says this is due “in large part to insufficient and inconsistent careers advice”.
It also says students have limited redress if they are unhappy with the quality of courses and that shorter and part-time courses have not emerged.
The government says a review of higher education will address such issues.
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